As I move back into the income-earning world after many years of misdiagnosed and mismedicated mental illness, I no longer have the time to spare to blog extensively, yet blogging is what kept me going while I couldn’t manage anything… Read More ›
Now, I’m no expert on either Tai Chi or Christianity but that’s never stopped me having an opinion before.;) So when I read this story about a group of mainly senior citizens being thrown out of a church hall for practicing… Read More ›
This is a very depressing example of a journalist being entirely taken in by an anti-vaccination crank, Dr. Mayer Eisenstein, spruiking his snake-oil at the U.S. Autism & Asperger Association’s regional conference on Saturday in Cherry Hill, Jersey.
Blogging Against Disablism Day 2009 Strategically placed seating costs next to nothing for a business to implement. It requires no building modification. And it can make a huge difference to accessibility for some people with disabilities. Bouquets and Brickbats A… Read More ›
Because it’s too violent. What do they think domestic violence is? Link to article with embedded video here. I just watched it and it is quite graphic and disturbing. If you are a survivor of domestic violence then you may… Read More ›
There’s a whole industry that involves measuring the survival techniques and truths of people with CFS, then pointing the finger at them for causing their own illness with their Scientifically! Proven! personality “deficits”. Here’s the latest product of that industry…. Read More ›
Hyperbole (pronounced /ha??p??b?li/ hye-PER-buh-lee; “HYE-per-bowl” is a common mispronunciation) comes from ancient Greek “????????” (meaning excess or exaggeration) and is a figure of speech in which statements are exaggerated. It may be used to evoke strong feelings or to create… Read More ›